Regulations and Company Policies
Products that Help you Create Essential
and Appropriate Internal Policies
For many start up entrepreneurs and
beginners in business, creating written business
policies is a major problem. They cannot see the
importance in, what they think, is just some unnecessary
bureaucratic "overhang". Yet, the moment their
business is taken to court, whether in a frivolous or
justifiable dispute, they wished they had clear written
policies, that could be shown as justification of the way
that they run their business.
In this increasing legalistic world,
having sound rationales along which business is being run
and being able to show that these rationales are
being followed in day to day operations is an important
aspect of business policy that protects the operators
as well as clients. The products below give you the basis
of policies and make it easier to create such policies
and adapt them to one's own business environment.
different Levels of Company Policies
people often talk about "policy",
"standard", and "guideline" to refer
to documents, that are part of the company policy
infrastructure. To avoid confusion, we define
the individual terms as follows:
policy is a document that outlines
defined requirements or rules that must be met
at all times. In the corporate policy area, policies are
usually specific, dealing with a single subject area. For
the rules and regulations for appropriate use of an
internet site, or an e-mail system.
standard is usually a set of system-specific or
procedural-specific instructions or requirements that
must be met by everyone within the organization. For
instance, you might have a company standard for the text
of customer support letters or offers to customers that
must be adhered to at all times.
guideline is a set of rules that would reflect
best practice. They are not requirements that have to be
met, but are strongly recommended to be followed.
These guidelines may have come about historically and are
followed, based on verbal instruction. It is a
good practice to write such guidelines down, publish and
distribute them to employees, so that they are clearly
defined and unambiguous.
policies usually make references to standards and
guidelines that exist within a company.
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Product ID 1050-5a
Product ID 1050-5b
(E-mail and Internet Policy)
Product ID 1050-5c
(E-mail,Internet Policy and Anti-Virus and Data
Email can be an incredibly
informal method of communication and is also
viral in nature. The ease and speed at which
email messages can be written,responded to and
forwarded to many recipients can present a range
of risks to organizations -- if not sufficiently
controlled. These risks include:
(use of personal e-mails on corporate
||Damage to IT
systems and electronic files
In most cases, employers rather
than employees are held legally responsible for
the contents of messages transmitted from their
email systems. As a consequence, inappropriate
emails can result in significant penalties
imposed by the courts.
unique Email Policy template doesn't only contain
the actual email policy document itself, but also
comes with helpful advice on how to roll the
policy out across your entire organization.
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Product ID 1050-6
The power of the Internet can be
harnessed to provide significant benefits within
organizations. Conversely, if not used
appropriately, it can present a number of risks
if not sufficiently controlled.
good news is these risks can be managed
effectively by the implementation of a well
drafted corporate Internet Policy.
WorkingDocs.com™ Internet Policy has been
drafted by experts and is already being used in a
number of organizations around the world.
be up and running with your new Internet Policy
defined, just minutes from now. All without
paying expensive professional fees to invent your
policy from scratch.
were expecting to have to pay hundreds to receive
a document and implementation plan of this
quality. But if you act quickly, you can enjoy
all the benefits of a professional written
Internet Policy for your organization.
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and Employee Activity Monitoring
knowing what is being done on your business
computers and having a record of it, whether
it is your own or one of your employees, may save you
lots of money in some future dispute. Salus,
the discrete security and File Access Monitoring Program offers you that
opportunity without interfering into, or hindering your
not a question of spying on your employees, but more a
protective measure, through which you have an irrefutable
record for the last 999 days of what you did on your
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in Nice-Matin (Nice, France) by Jean-Michel Dumas
Salus is a security
and access monitoring application which
allows the owner or user of any computer system,
be it a desktop, server or laptop, to see which
files are accessed, when, for how long, which
Internet sites are being connected to, who sends
e-mail to where, and so on. In fact, the program
keeps a detailed log of all the
activities performed on the computer.
The program can be made
invisible to the user of the computer, giving
access only to authorized persons. It is
therefore an ideal security program for companies
or within the family, where one might want to
watch over the activities of a child's or
employee's computer use.
for the Use of Salus are :
||To find out what
the user, employee or your children are
doing in your computer.
||To detect abuses,
non authorized accesses, Internet pages
||To discover what
programs are being used when and for how
||To recover lost
or forgotten passwords.
information that was written or copied to
information when a program or the whole
system hangs up.
||To recover the
address of an internet page from a key
word, such as a date it was visited, etc
employees activities such as employees
engaged in telework, sales or technical
||If the user is
himself a person authorized to access the
program, then it can serve as record of
what he/she did on a particular day or
time (e.g. consultants or employees whose
time is being billed to third parties..
program is totally hidden from
the user and does not require Internet access.
Since it does not accept remote instructions, it
is safe from hackers and other unauthorized
access.Only the person installing the program,
can decide who has access to its information.
That is why you will not see any reference to the
program in the start-up menu of Windows.
The program has been tested on a
multitude of systems, running a vast array of
application programs and games to verify its
compatibility. It offers complete stability and
does not interfere with any other program running
on the system. Although, it controls and records
access to programs, it does not modify these
programs in any way.
All versions have English,
French, German, Spanish language options.
is a "supercool" and
"supertight" surveillance utility. Once
installed Salus will sit hidden and mysterious -
collecting information about which programs are
run on your computer and what text is typed on
the keyboard! The program is completely
inaccessible to the unaware as gaining access to
it can only be achieved by typing the correct
password. All surveillance information can be
retrieved on a day-by-day basis - making Salus a
great way to keep tabs on your computer usage.